The debate "True religion is for those who have a belief that they feel strongly about." was started by
November 29, 2015, 11:52 pm.
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Gabri_XO, DannyknowsItAll, invincible_01, scotthansonMC, Sli and 12 visitors agree.
Sageofthe6Paths, Wookie, omgflyingbannas and 3 visitors disagree.
I believe religion is a good rubric or guide to help new believers start on building a relationship with their higher power.( Whoever that may be) however I think that to be a true believer in anything one must create and lean on ones own understanding. For all intensive purposes I'm a Christian and I hope to one day go to heaven. But my belief won't get another believer in heaven neither will another believer get me in. However if we share the same religion 9 times out of 10 we have been taught to pray and sing in the same ways however God's working in our individual lives may be different and unique. At times religion can be stifling focusing more or ritual than the big picture, which if taking in the wrong context can be dangerous. Like I said I believe religion is a good starter place but to be a true believer in anything eventually we will have to step away from the rituals and rules of religion and begin to create our own personal faith and relationship with God.